Here's the latest from our Australian Artist Tony Pridham. Gold and Blue Macaws in flight, Just gorgeous. You can commission your own painting or sculpture by any of our artists. Just give us the details of what you want and we'll start the process. contact us today
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As the world welcome's Denver Zoo's baby giraffe Dobby, born on Feb. 28 and watches the exciting arrival of the giraffe calf at Animal Adventure Park, we think fondly of one of the sculptures in the National Sculptors' Guild garden...
This piece symbolically depicts an unborn Giraffe calf in the protection of its mother's womb and family unit. "Proud Giraffes" by Robert Kwechete a Hand-Carved Green Opalstone.
From one #giraffe family to another... Welcome to the world!
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We are pleased to share that National Sculptors' Guild Associate Dan Glanz's Tree Top Stretch bronze monument was one of the select new additions to Loveland's Benson Sculpture Garden this year. The park continues to grow each year through the proceeds generated from each annual Sculpture in the Park show now housing over 150 sculptures. We urge you to experience all of Loveland's Public Art collection during your next visit to Columbine Gallery.
"For many years we lived in the beautiful Ponderosa Pine and Douglas Fir forest outside Loveland, Colorado, surrounded by wildlife we would see on an almost daily basis. We were always excited to see the wildlife; deer, black bears, elk, bobcats, coyotes, wild turkeys, and many more animals. However, it was the elusive mountain lion, while only occasionally spotted on the mountain, we knew was always close by.
On many occasions, we found tracks in the snow at the edge of the trees and half-eaten prey on our walks around our ridgetop. I would make it a habit, especially in winter, to go out in the early morning darkness to see if there were four-legged visitors nearby before letting our dogs outside. One snowy morning, with my headlamp illuminating the darkness, I discovered fresh mountain lion tracks in the snow on our steep drive only to realize that less snow had fallen in the lion’s tracks in front of me than the track I made behind me just 3 minutes earlier. I followed them back toward the house and discovered the lion had been watching me not 50 feet away. I’m sure it wasn’t the first time, nor the last, we had been closely watched.
“Tree Top Stretch” began as a commissioned piece that gave me the opportunity to describe the powerful stealthy, yet reclusive, feline in a more relaxed manner. The big cat is beginning the evening’s hunt, limbering up on an old treetop, more than likely a daily ritual." -Daniel Glanz
Got Buffalo Art? Columbine Gallery has several new art depictions of bison including Sandy Scott's "Osage Destiny" bronze, and scenes from our newest landscape painter Gary Miller.
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Lots of new artwork in Columbine Gallery caused us to rehang to get everything to fit - help us out and add to your collection. We'll help hang! Check everything out on our instagram and follow us for more updates.
Thrilled to be representing Australian painter Tony Pridham. Just unpacked "Contented Serval" (left) joining "A Cautious Approach" (below) with Darrell Davis and Mark Leichliter sculpture. Check out his gorgeous wildlife art and purchase online
An artist of extraordinary talents, Tony specializes in subjects of the natural world, painted in the traditions of classical realism! As an artist, his beliefs are very much entwined in the theology behind the New Realism movement.... that something beautiful, painted beautifully, is a justification in itself!
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